The world’s longest erupting volcano is the Stromboli volcano, located on the island of Stromboli in the Tyrrhenian Sea in Italy. It began erupting 2,600 years ago and has continuously been erupting ever since.
The Stromboli volcano was not the longest volcano ERUPTION, but the longest volcano ERUPTING. this means its been erupting for 2,600 years again, but it has not been the same eruption…
If you actually look at longhorn11′s link, it says “Although the eruptions are usually pretty small there were major eruptions in 1930 and 2002.”, which means that there are several different eruptions, not one single eruption…
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